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ANOTHER NIHILISTIC PLOT
W8COVERY OF-AN ATTEMPT TO MUR
DER THE CZAR.
A JTambor of Bombs, Dynamlt nt Cop
fee of Itevolatlonary I'rlatnatloaa
sDand in St. Fetanibnrg Editor O'Urlea
rt to Wear tha Prtion Garb.
Paris, Not. 8, The Figaro hot from St.
Itotersburg a report of tho discovery of
Bother Nihilist plot whioh Is supposed to
aara bean prepared against tha life of the
tsar. In a house near the Catherine canal
is a pharmacy bolunging to one Bchuppe, a
tferxnan. The police were advised by neigh
bors that tho house was suapcoted. The po
ttos mode a descent and discovered a number
ot bombs, dynamite and copies of revolu
The trial of eighteen young army officers
ts Nihilists, just concluded, resulted in one
being condemned to eight years in the mines
in Siberia, the others to simple banishment.
It is beliovod that the czar may mitigato
this sentence by degrading them to tho
ranks for service in Turkestan. One of
them, the son of II. MouruiolT, the famous
attorney goneral, who was eiwajod in most
of the political trial for the last few years,
tus committed suicide.
O'llrlen Not to Wear the Stripes;
Dobmn, Nov. & Mr. O'Brion resisted tho
attempt to force him to put on the uniform
of the Tullnmore j til yesterday. Tho prison
doctor then directed the governor to desist
on account of the unfavorable state of Mr.
Mr. Dillon spoke at Castlerea yejterday.
He entreated his hearers to swear with him
that as long as life and liberty remained
they would do everything in their power "to
avenge Mr. O'Brien, and to make suffer the
baleful class who consigned this beloved and
giftod Irishman to a felon's cell."
FrnUIni; Lord Wolverton.
DtTBLiir, Uov. 8. Tun Freeman's Journal
to-day publishes a eulogistio article upon
Lord Wolverton, who was ono of Mr. Glad
stone's clowst friends, and who donated
100,000 towards the expenses of the Home
Rule candidates in the election of liO. The
artiole gives him tho warmest praibo for his
services to Ireland, and says that it has
been frequently intimated that he would
spend aliko sum on tho next election.
little for the Gorman Army.
Berlin, Nov. S. The perfection of more
effective powder and bullets enabled the
war ofllco to adopt tho smallor boro rifles.
Tho defocts of the larger boro are only ap
parent in comparison with the Fronch and
Russian repeaters. . The oxpense of the
change will be enormous, but the govern
ment has decided to manufacture the new
rifles with tho greatest energy.
APPEAL FOR IRELAND.
Charles O'Kollly, Treasurer of tho
Irlalt Nntlonal Learlln. Anita for Momr.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 8. Dr. Charles
O'Reilly, treasurer of tbo Irish National
League, has sent out a strong appeal for
Ireland to the Araorican public, of which tho
following Is a summary: '"Transpiring
events in Ireland make it clear that
trying emergency is upon ns, a crlris has
risen, and the aspirations of our country
snen toward National autonomy are to be
snbmittod to a last and crucial test. The
sacrificial devotion of William O'Brien and
Ms compatriots fully attests the willingness
f oar countrymen to answer the oxigency.
Oar brethren are in the field and three thou
sand miles of soa severally separate us from
them. There is ono thing we can do. We
aa supply them with tho means to carry
their strt'gglo to a successful Uauo. If they
have hearts to brave we have sinews to bear.
Oar countrymen need money, and immedi
ately." An appeal for money then follows, and
fee circular concludes: "The mission of
the Irish National League of America is the
accumulation of means to avort such a
crisis. Its execution while appealing to
lovers of liberty for material aid, moans to
rear a monument of individual names as an
expression of popular belief in the righteous
..Bees ot Ireland's claim to independence, tho
singleness of Charles Stewart Parnell, the
statemansbip of William Ewart Gladstone.
A trustworthy solicitor will present this roll
of honor. Placo your name and address op
posite your subscription, and a certificate of
honorary membership will be mailed to you
sUreot from this office. The roll of honor
will bo sent when completed to Ireland."
A 8140,01)0, Fir.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 8. Shortly
after 2 o'clock this morning fire was discov
ered In tha new Mortimer apartment house,
a seven-story building corner Nicollet ave
nue and Thirteenth street, and the flames
spread with such astonishing rapidity that
the utmost exertions of the department
failed to check the flames. Tho intense heat
ignited the adjoining reildences owned re
spectively by 0. F. Foss, Mrs. Cole and W.
Prion. Household goods to the amount of
)5,50d were also burned. So rapid was
the spread of the flames that the occupants
ef these residences were obliged to floe clad
. enly in their night olothoa. Total lots f 140,
00; insurance unknown.
, ptath of nfiry A. Green.
s Niw York, Nor. 8. Henry A. Green
sued of apoplexy In the Deabroeses street
ferry bouse last night Ho was appointed
postmaster of Jersey City by President
Lincoln in lBol, and held the ofllce until
about seven years ago, when two burglaries
and the defalcation of a clerk caused losses
which he ruined himself financially la
auking good. Ho then resigned and has
since resided in Nathans, Green county, N.
T. He was seventy years old.
rieard of No Disaster.
Quzbko, Nov. a Nothing is known here
et the report that the steamer Oregon has
foundered, and it is not believed. The tele
graph ofllco people say it is impossible for
saws of any disaster to tho steamor Oregon
to reach here except by telegraph, and that
they have heard of no accident to that ves
A Misplaced Switch.
Nhkdlbs, CaL, Nov. a A special west
bound passengor train was wrecked by a
misplaced switch at Peach Bprings, Arizona,
Saturday night. Engineer Jack Browell
and Machinist Howard Brummel were
killed. None of tho passengers wore hurt
Ilrltlah Ship Wrecked.
Poet Townsend, W, T., Nov. tf. The
British ship Duohesx, of Argyll, was wrecked
Thursday night on Van cou vers Islnud, She
was valued at fM.OJO and k a total loss,
las crow -escaped in life boat
Toplo of tha Tltnni Given In a Terse aaol
Prince Bismarck is nursing rheumatism.
The Albert Lea (Minn.) flour mills burned.
There are two new cases of yellow fever
at Tarn pat Flo.
Forest flres are still burning near Decker
and Hazel ton, Ind,
Tiffin, O., has another gas well. It yields
1,000,000 foot a day.
The Woman's Suffrage association of In
diana is in session at Vincennes.
W. T. Sample, a prominent physiolan of
Indianapol.s, was declared insane.
One hundred and sixteen men ovor eighty
years old registered in Cincinnati.
A man, supposed to be Thimti Lie, was
found dead in a freight car at Nmhville.
John Ryul, father of tho silk industry in
this country, died at Macclosflold, England.
The Porter block and several adjoining
buildings in Cay ton, N. Y., but nod. Lews,
George Hart, colored, the munleror of a
white farmer, noar Opollka, Ala., was
lynched by n mob.
Charles Bouillon was accidentally killed
by William Duinori in a frioudly suufllj
over a rovolvor at Chicago,
Tbociiizms of New York will celebrate
the centennial of Washington's inaugura
tion as prosidont next year.
A passenger train collided with a freight
on tho Atchison & Nebraska railroad near
Brenner Stution, Neb., killing ono and
badly injuring three.
One hundred an 1 sixteen men ovor eighty
years old registired at tbo .various polling
places in Cincinnati during the re?uUr days
provided by law. Turoo of them ure ovor
Afraid of the Anarchists.
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. a Albert Otto,
who lives ou the Hopkins road, gave him
self up yesterday, saying if the Anarchists
in Cnlcago were hanged be was to be hanged
too, and asking that ho be protected. Borne
days ago lie said he expressed the hope that
they wojild bo hanged and the next day
found b ood marks on his door stot. He
beliovod that they were a death warrant
put thore by the An ironists because of what
he said and ho became insane.
CheIey Chamber lteleavl and Arrested.
JE7FER30NVILLB, Ind., Nov. 8. Chesley
Chambers, tho man who was sent to the
penitentiary here tot the rolmery of the ex
press car on the Louisville, Now Albany &
Chicago railroid, near Bloominton, two
years ago, was yesterday released from
prison, only to be rearrested on the charge
of shooting Davis and Wober, the express
messengers. He was taken to Blooming
Washington, Nov. a Indications
Fair weather, fresh to brisk westerly winds,
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Quotations of tho Money, Stock, Produce
anil Catrln Market for Nov. 7.
New York Minoy 4 por cont Ex
change etvuly. Goornmonts steady.
O irrency riltoH, 131 b d; four coupons, 12JJ&
four-and-n-half, Vbii bid.
TLe stock market opened at nbut Satur
day's prioos and on torn) soiling, said to be for
LonCo 1 account, the whole list woakot o 1 in
tho flst half hour. Priojaut OJO were down
ii to . This was f ol o ,vod by hotter support
on the part of tho bull, and under tho lo.u or
ship of the Vnndorblltt prices mjro than w
covered. At the pnve.it writing tho n arketls
Qrm, with value up W to 1 por oenL from the
olotl Jg figures ot Saturday.
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M.'o'i Central.... 00V
MUteOiril' olflo. B
N. i'. Ojiitri1....10i,
XX ft t It Voafitm 4 t
CO.. 0. Jfc 1
11 1. Hudson ..
Del, Lao it V.
do prnferreid. 4tr
Ohlo& Mu-s SI.
Paolflo Mail 85
KunsoH A Texas.
I.nke Hhoro 16
ist Paul (U
FLOUR Fancr. S) tfeai 70: famllv. tt IMS.
Ys H "A" No 3 red, 7 &ir; No 3 78'.roKo
COUN Nj 3 mlMl, ...; Nj 2 mixed,
IS '.c v
i A Co No 3 mled, 3," J'c; No 2 mixed.
S3.-4u N3 whi'e. 2 AOc,
f. R Family, til 25a 1 J 60 1 regular,
LAHi tettl". ftM'aec.
POULTRV-Ojmmjosch'okonn, ft 004W 85
por down; fair to prime, (8 533 05.
WOOL Unwashed llnon er no, maifc; one
fourth blood combing, 8 Q!i ; medium de
laine and clothing 24JUI.; braid. 18010c;
medium comhlnir, i &JJo iloece washed tine
marl no Xand XX, 2Q7c; medium clothing,
Sifl30 t delaine lleecc. Ji&f).
Ba-n'i 1 timothy, JlinnBO; No 9,
Rll 60a 2 M; mixed, $lu (Al 00; prnirle,
8 Ouhjk) Uj; whoat, oats and re etmw, $i 10a
O.VTTLE ood to choloo butohors. f3 0V
8 u5: fair, V.OUiZ'i '5, commin. 81 0X1 .6;
stockerd mil fcedori. $3 6 3 0, yearlings
and oalvjH. 8) 00J to.
UOQfr SeitHJt hu'ohers, tl 5 1 Mi fair to
good packing, $4 15 J4 fiO: fair to good light,
' t 102.1 3r, common, 3 W1 10; culls, $2 763
btlEEP Ocnmon to fair, $3 6'1 00; good
to choice, S 253l 75: commo 1 to 1 ia'r lamtia.
3 2j1 00; gooa to choice, $3 2i&t 73.
Boston Wool Market.
Recelptdof wool during the past week have
been 6, 1 lU bales domurttlo and 7ti liales for
sign. Males, 2.J 11.000 ltw domeatio and ZiMO
One Ohio delaine .15a 1 A3, Michigan doloine 3Jo;
unmeroaantaDie Aiiomgan iiiiJJJ: unmer
chantable Ohio SiAI; No. 1 combing wash
BJ9o; Kentucky three-eights blood combing
tXk&Uo, do ono-fourth blood combing 8O0, Tex
as nne 18 mog. lta:3o, do six to eight months
HiUSJc, Texas med twelve months 25aTc, do
six to eight months J&io; To.w fall tine,
lbQMc: Tuxn.1 fait medium SWaito: Ueorgla
unwashed U0a31c, California northern spring
free 8670, southern do 18&Jo, California
burryand defective uaiOo, free fall 1VaJOo,
southern do U&l 0, East Oregon ordinary
JtvaaOo, do oholoe 2K&330, Valley Oregon No.1
X&Mo, do dn No. a. -Mfyiici do do wN'o, 3,
8&37; Territory line l&aiito, do fine medium
xlQ)o, do coarse Zitifcuo, Kansas choice Una
8U&210, do med iSSo, Montana flno to oholoe
RXacSJo, do average 18JDo, line medium to
oholoe ZS&Oo, do do average 21Q380, medium
to choice &3&J0, do average aJSilo, do low 0)3
8I0. Maine suers 424w, eastern A supers
8&&I70, U l.nni-saviW 0. western lamtia 7uWL
extra 8330o, Montevideo 89A30o, Australian
oroea-orea m-tao. uo combing (BozsJd, do
clothing iliaaso. Cape JHH&J)fc.
WHET No 1" state red, 8390o; No 3 red
winter. 83 I Ueoember.KiHc
O0HN Atixed, 6 so; Dcoomber, rSMc
OA'lS-Nl white ,tate, lc; No3,35(M0o.
OATl'Lu .3 5.xa Ol 7o por UW Ils, live
UOOfl-$i 'Wi I'lparlMlbs.
B1IEEP-C3 7 (at8.perlOJlu3.llvo weight.
OATTLE-fllow, p 1 ne to extra, 81 rfil 7S;
fair to good, iM 8 1 4 23; oommoa, $3 5 tyi 75;
feeders. $1 6l 75; itjokoru, fJ uUi uj; re
celt)ti,3,.7, bh.pnionts, 8 a
HOOts Actlvo and nnoliungod, rocelpta,
TSOftshlpmunts, 0.4)1; PhUadolpulas, tlWXJW);
Yorkers, H 5J&1 65, common to uur, Si iU3
SUEEP Actlvo. rooolpte, 8,800; shipment
lJO; prima, $4 00 t 2 J fair to good, 5-4 6a
8 78; common, 1 V.QJ 00. '
Ha superior exellHiicc pmven In millions
ol homo- lor morel linn n quai trrolH centuiy.
It la used l t'e Uulleil hm'ev Oovpi nineiil.
rmloioil hv lie heads nl Ihegioil Unlveisl
tlei n llieHlrmin st, t'ures' hiiiI most Heiillli
lul. D' Pit e'stheonlv Biiklnu Powder I hat
(Ions nnl ci i til 11 Aiiiniotiiii, Lime or Alum.
Mold only In cans
PKit'E BAKING POWDfiK CO.
New Yolk, Llilc-tRo, 8t Louis.
Joyftil tidings to tho thousands:
tho Mammoth. Furniture Store of
HENRY ORT offers a largo atookof
Bran Now Stylos, at prioes on
Latest Stylos of Parlor Work, Fold
ing Bod Lounges and Beds, Side
boards, Bookcases, Wardrobes and
all othor artiolos in tho lino of
that will make it interesting to buy
ers. Our trade is increasing, and
to mako it boom, we havo made pri
oes to suit tho times. Wo carry a
largo stook, and aro tho driver s of
low cash prices Come and boo: wo
will treat you right. Remember,
square dealing at
THE HENRY ORT
Window GlaRH, Taints, Oils, Brushes,
Sponges, Soaps, Combs, Per
fumes, Toilet Articles,
:000a. . ...
specialty at all
J. JAMES WOOD,
BORKI8 A SON,
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS,
Repair Gnns, Pistols, Locks, &c. Ppeolal at
tention pafd to repalrlna Sewlnc MacUlnos.
Ofllce and Hbopon East Second street.
OVERTiSERS uy addrewjlna CEO. P. R0WELL A
1 m indni..ui u.ni Vnrlr sin lnarn the
exact coat ol any proposed line ot Advertls-
lug Hi Ainuricuu inomJM'fJD. " -' ''
Panatthlet, 10 cBt..
W WORT Drnnf I11A0
Zl r&ri:ui sy
JIT THE BEE ML
Just a low or the numerous Bargains out of the
corapIetcNt stock of DRY GOODS ever uliowu In My
villc: VelveleenB, good quality, at 25 cents n yard, fully worth 50 conla;
All Silk Velvets, t went -five different colors, at 80 cents a yard, never sold un
All Bilk PluBh $1 a yard, regular price $1 50;
Fifty piecefc finest English Cashmere, thirty-eight inches wide, in nineteen dif
ferent colors, 23 tents, would ben burgs in lit 35 cents;
Another lot of LxPelle Kid Gloves, five buttons, embroidered backs, at 73 cents
a pair, lowest Cincinnnti price is $1.10.
In Ladies', Gents' and Children's Fcarlet Limb's Wool Underwear we hav
just received the biirecst values in fine goods eVer offered We tnke especial pride
in tliefe ns we consider tuera tho greatest bargains in our stock. They must be eeea
to be appreciated.
We reserve the biggest item now for tho Inst, viz: NOVELTIES IN FINH
DRESS GOODS! Having Ferured from the Enst, for loverH of stylish fabrics, tho
most exqnMie Suitings in PI ids, Stripes. Checks and Combinations evei exhibited
here. 'Ihese consist of entirely new efheta in Surah Cloths, Merino Ciupures,
Camel's Hair, Broadcloths, Corduroys, &c , &c.
Proprietors of the BEE HIVE, tho Chenpest Dry (Hoods House In Kentucky, where
all good- sold must wive satief iction or the m nev refunded.
sm JM ssJDlsP is lull nt newly-lintiKlit Roods, which lam olIerlnK
BBSfl H AllfllA vo' J cheap 'uchhIi buyers. I hnvea splendid stoct
sftrtffja V HHlW wdwW ol new UresHUoolHanUTrlminliiKS Ilmvon'so na
, lmmenseNiockiilJennx. Flannels. UlHnkeifl, Htnrt-
ing. 1,'rHMiex, Blench and Brown MiihIIii, Camon Flainels, Ticking, Towt-lx, Table Llnous,
NhpUIuh. Uiuleiweir. Black and Colored C'u lira ere Hhawls anil Hie most complete HlooU of
Hn-iery lot Lntlew, MlaeM. and (Ihlldren to be found In the city. I am d tenulued to havo
a tI trntlo I his K.ill, and havo put snsh a t-mall ma gin on tht original cost of the goods that
lam sure to ultrnct your attention HUd secure your trade. I havo added to my stocsanew
llueofi.'arpoU, which X am selling at a very close price.
Cloaks and "Wraps.
Havejiist opened tip my line of Ladles', Misses' and Children's Cloaks, Short Wraps an
Jackeis. Don't buy until jou have examined my Hue ol these goods.
A beautiful lino of Que, PIumIi Garments.
You are respectfully in vlied to visit my store and see the bargains I can offer you. I shaB
bepleuKed to livcou call, whettier yon desire to purchase or not, as It is a pleabureior na
to bhi.w ihf beautiful goods now In stock.
OVE. DB. 3VCoBZ3E.3E3T iT s,
flf0ne door below the Povofllco.
rs- HERMANN LANGE, The Jeweler,
hi,S au ,ef n'st0 f We3- Diamonds, Jewelry, Silver-
YIU1V, V1UUHI3, kJlJCULUUXCO, UU1U
Arcade, Cincinnati, Ohio.
K.UJBWITT O. FBAHEUN,
Offloe: Batton Btreet, next
ioor to Potoffloe.
rvB. W. B. XOOBEB,
Office Second Btreet, over Ran
yon A Hockor'a drv eoods store.
Nitrous-oxide Gas administered In all caser.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
asr Orders promptly attended to. No. SO
Second street. marl 8
G. S. HANCOCK,
No. 49 Market street, Maysvllle, Ky., for good
and everything nsnally kept In a flrst-olass
reuui encery. i.au of uhuo iurpiwu.
nuumb yivinuy nuu mun.D uo.iw.
GAS STEAM FITTER,
Ctwley'a new system of Honso Drainage and
Vnt.llntlnn. Rath rooms fitted UD With hot
and cold water a specialty. Also a law
Iron, Lead and Stone Pipe,-
Globe, Angle and Check Valyes, water and
Bteara Ganges, Forco and Lift Pnmps, Rnh
ber Hose Chandeliers, Brackets and Globes
Personal attention given to all work and sal
lsfactlon itnaranteed, T.J.CDRLKY,
Heeond street, above Market, opposite Omi
odonM.v'vle. By. tlMty
JL C1IO, wpcitt AlUOaCOj CLU. II
I have opened a Grocery on Second street,
one door below the opera bouse, where X wiK
constantly keep a full line nf Giocerlesof rher
very bei-t onality, and sell tbem at tho LOW
EST PRICES. Every tbiug
NEW AM) FRESH,
and fnll weights given In all cases. I Invlta
Everybody to give me a call and save money.
ri will pay tne blgliext market price lor
Butter. EguR, VefiotableH, Ac, either In cash
or trade. Don't tall to call.
JelS-tim G. A. MCCARTHKT,
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only 83 8EAMI.KS3
Shoo In the world.
Finest Calf, perfect fit, and ,
vrarranted. Conirress, Button
and uaoe, all styles toe.
tjlUh soit durable as .
thote coiUnfr 53 or
W. Im DOUGLAS
a.Bo shoe exceu
we s unoes tc
tlted by other
Rial mi KiM
Muim4 ! wk timJ
Boys alt wear theW. I DOnOLAS SIS SHOB.
It your dclr does not keen theai, iond .your nanie oa
postal to W. I- DOUGtAS, lirooktoa, DUw,
For sale by A.. M. KUGKRS.41 Second Hires
Remember that we have prescriptions writ
ten lor your particular eat, by ono ot the
most accompilMhed phylclans In this city.
Full particulars and svniptom blank sent Ui
any addreaon receipt ol 4 cents in Ftnnps.
UVtrts jrHKMUHif litMM WJirAni,
174 Race street, Cincinnati, O.
TTT A. NORTON,
LOUISVILLE COTTOH and GRAIN EXCHANGE?
Chicago Markets received every ten mln
utts. Orders taken for 1,000 bnshels and np-
ms. Officer Cooper's building Second St.
$6 a Day a Gold Mine
for Agents Grandest Monoy Mnklng Busl
nesH ever oftered. A aolden harvest for tho
next two monllip. 875 per month una
xieiiH'N to fdlve n en to tell our uo'U.
No caplinl nqulrco. No peddling. Hampto
casool goods and valuable Inlnrmat ou and
lull parllcnlara FREE. No humbug; we
mean Just what we say. Address at once
STANDARD SILVERWARE CO., Boston.
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